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Why Goldberg’s Reasoning To Face Drew McIntyre Felt Odd

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• Why Goldberg’s Reasoning To Face Drew McIntyre Felt Odd

After Drew McIntyre defeated Keith Lee to retain the WWE Championship in the main event of RAW Legends Night, WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg made a surprise appearance and challenged McIntyre to a WWE Championship match at Royal Rumble 2021.

During his promo, Goldberg said Drew has size, speed, athleticism…but one thing he doesn’t have is – respect. Goldberg said Drew sees Legends as washed up has-beens and thinks he’s better in his prime than these legends were in their prime.

This felt odd because Drew never really said or implied these things. According to the Wrestling Observer, this was supposed to happen in Drew’s post-match promo.

After the match, Drew picked up the microphone and was about to cut a promo. However, WWE was running short on time, so they decided to send Goldberg out right away and Drew wasn’t able to cut his promo, where he would have hinted that he’s superior to the legends.

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Konnan (Real name: Charles Ashenoff) celebrates his 57th birthday today.

After portraying Mega Man character “Max Moon” in the World Wrestling Federation for a few house show matches and only one televised match, Konnan left Vince McMahon’s company, but would soon wrestle for Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling and ultimately found a new home in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling, where he stayed till the bitter end in March of 2001.

Since the end of WCW, Konnan has wrestled and appeared in non-wrestling roles for Total Nonstop Action, now known as iMPACT Wrestling, as well as several lucha libre promotions such as AAA and Lucha Underground.


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